True desert garden at a short separation of the focus Marrakech Menara is a great garden with 40 varieties of olive trees around a huge basin that serves as a reservoir for irrigation of plants. This is one of the places in addition to the calm of Marrakech and many people go there to find tranquility at the edge of standard powered water basin of the mountain you can admire the horizon. This basin is supplied standard a very old hydraulic system called Qanat allowing bringing water from distant mountains 30 kilometers from Marrakech. The Menara Gardens were built in 1147 to standard Caliph Abd al-Mu’min which seized Marrakech in establishing the reign of the Almohad which supplanted the Almoravids. The name comes from the Menara green pyramid shaped roof (Menzeh) pavilion built at the time of the Saadi Dynasty in the 16th century, renovated standard Sultan Abd ar-Rahman ibn Hisham who had made child’s summer palace. This place was and remains one of the favorite places for couples who enjoy the romantic framework of the pavilion reflected in the water of the pool with majestic canvas affectionate as the High Atlas Mountains. For visitors who wish to enjoy the freshness of the place, the entrance to the gardens is free while an entry fee of 20 dirhams are asked to visit the pavilion. The Menara Gardens are one of the main attractions of Marrakech, as well as the Koutoubia, Place Jamaa El Fna, the Ben Youssef Madrasa, the El Badi Palace and the Agdal Gardens.